Health issues and health-related costs can have a major impact upon the quality of student and academic life at institutions of higher education. The American College Health Assessment-National College Health Assessment (ACHA-NCHA) is a national research survey organized by the American College Health Association to assist college health service providers, health educators, counselors, and administrators in collecting data about students' habits, behaviors, and perceptions on the most prevalent health topics.
Student Health Services at Minnesota State University, Mankato has conducted the ACHA-NCHA often since 2002 and is pleased to share the Executive Summaries highlighting results from the Minnesota State Mankato survey.
Annual Data Summaries (formerly called Academic Data Summaries) include institutional data such as: Dept Funded Credit Hours, FYE Students, Student Credit Hours Adjusted, Expended FTEF, Adjusted Credit Hours per FTEF, Student-Faculty Ratio, Off Campus and Online Credit Hours Summary, Credit Hours, Off Campus Dept funded, and Online Dept funded.
Minnesota State Mankato is committed to promoting diversity and continues to move forward in implementing this strategic priority at all levels of the University. We have a responsibility to acknowledge and respect diversity, as it is an essential component of a quality educational environment. Diversity enhances the educational process as it enriches us personally and professionally, it fosters good citizenship, and develops strong communities that maximize the potential of its members. Diversity promotes economic prosperity as it prepares globally-oriented citizens who can compete successfully in an interconnected global economy and who can work effectively with persons of different backgrounds. At Minnesota State Mankato, we care about diversity because we want to foster an actively engaged and inclusive learning and working community based upon civility, trust, integrity, and respect. We care about diversity because each of us—students, staff, faculty, and administrators— need a safe and respectful place to learn and to work